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Today's News - Thursday, January 10, 2008

Big plans to build big and green in Paris, Hong Kong, and Manchester. -- Last ditch efforts to save Brutalist school in Wales from the wrecking ball. -- Rybczynski weighs in on NYT HQ: ladylike or bold - depending on where you stand. -- An L.A. high concept condo is low maintenance. -- New Indian embassy in Oman reflects "the flavor of India." -- Students study the "spirit of place" to give meaning to architecture. -- An architect takes charity to heart. -- New architecture park is the "smallest big architecture project in China." -- The spotlight shines on Liverpool's great architecture. -- Landfill to be transformed into a "park for pollinators." -- New chairman of U.K.'s Design Council has a lot to prove to Dyckhoff and designers. -- New RIAI president wants to get people talking. -- An amusing Q&A with Julius Shulman. -- Only two days left to see Gehry show in NYC. -- Call For Entries: 2008 Ceramic Tiles of Italy Design Competition. -- Call for papers for international conference new techniques and strategies for "new emergent architectures."

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